Early Modern Literary Studies 14.3 (January, 2009)
Information, Journal Availability, Contact Addresses
| Editorial Group
| Submission Information
- The Body in Pain in Early Modern England.  James C.W. Truman, Huntingdon College.
- Where Iago Lies: Home, honesty and the Turk in Othello.  Sam Wood, Manchester Metropolitan University.
- Revisiting the Text of the Henry VIII Manuscript (BL Add Ms 31,922): An Extended Note.  Ray Siemens, University of Victoria.
- Old Plays and the General Reader: an Essay in Praise of the Regents Renaissance Drama Series.  Charles Cathcart, The Open University.
- Taking a Walk on the Wild Side: Henry Goodcole’s Heavens Speedie Hue and Cry Sent After Lust and Murther (1635) and London Criminal Chorography.  Randall Martin, University of New Brunswick.
- To ‘truck for trade with darksome things’: Faithful Teate’s ‘Epithalamium’ (1655) and Cromwell’s ‘Western Design’  Angelina Lynch, University College, Dublin.
- The carpe diem topos and the ‘geriatric gaze’ in early modern verse.  Ceri Sullivan, University of Bangor.
- Cambridge Shakespeare, Spring 2009.  Michael Grosvenor Myer.
- The Winter’s Tale, presented by the Bridge Project at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York, February 10-March 7, 2009.  Joseph M. Ortiz State University of New York, College at Brockport.
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2009-, Matthew Steggle (Editor, EMLS).